As You Like It (Oxford Shakespeare)
Publish date: June 11th 1998
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
La traición y enemistad entre el Duke Frederick, el hermano usurpador, y Duke Senior, el hermano usurpado, no es compartido por sus respectivas hijas, Celia y Rosalind, quienes deciden escapar juntas a un bosque alejado con un fiel bufón y con nuestra heroína, Rosalind, vestida de hombre para proteg...
All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts, His acts being seven ages. I am always charmed when I go to see a Shakespearean play and hear familiar phrases. As You Like It certainly has its sha...
What a strange and wonderful play. It feels almost as if Shakespeare is satirizing himself and his audience, and the clue is in the play. The play starts out as by setting up good guys and bad guys and then the action moves off to the forest of Arden where it becomes entirely a silly romance. It ...
Back when I first read this play for university English I didn't think all that much of it because I had simply thrown it in with that collection of boring Shakespearian plays called 'The Comedy's' (not that I found all of the comedy's boring, just most of them because there were, in my opinion, sim...
After reading Richard III and Othello recently, this light-hearted comedy seemed a bit tame. As You Like It is typically partnered with Twelfth Night, both known for their cross-dressing. As You Like It revolves around a Duke's banishment by his brother, forcing him into the Forest of Arden where it...
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